At the very least fifteen business transporters were arrested and 80 bikes seized on Monday for violating the restriction get on motion of persons by the Kwara State governing administration.
Deputy governor of the condition, Mr Kayode Alabi, disclosed this when getting N28.5m donated by the United Bank for Africa, UBA, to help the efforts of the state authorities in the crusade in opposition to COVID-19 pandemic in the point out.
He reported the arrests and seizures ended up effected for violating the government’s buy and protocols.
The deputy governor reported that nobody or the seized property would be introduced until additional directives were given on them.
Commending the job drive for their selfless companies, Alabi disclosed that a church in Idofian, suburb of Ilorin, the state capital, was also shut down on Sunday though making ready for service.
The deputy governor even further hinted that the endeavor power was thinking of shutting down markets but only following the condition government should have redeemed its pledge to distribute food stuff merchandise as palliative evaluate with the Emir of Shonga, Dr Haliru Yahaya appointed as chairman of the committe to take care of the assignment.
Before, presenting the cheque to the deputy governor who is also the chairman of the Endeavor force staff for the fight towards the pandemic in the condition, Mr Kazeem Salaudeen, head of the bank in Kwara condition, claimed the dollars was the bank’s help for the governing administration in the attempts to curtail the unfold of the disorder.
Alabi thanked the financial institution and promised that the income would be domiciled in UBA for accountability in running the pandemic.